10 Cheap Adventures That Anyone Can Have

It’s common to overlook some of the easy-to-have adventures that are readily available to us. Over the next few weeks, I’m going to highlight a few of them. Some will require a little bit of money, though most are free.

  1. Geocaching
  2. Explore Your Library
  3. Check Out University Campus
  4. Discover Downtown
  5. Search Out Local Art Galleries
  6. Have a Picnic in the Park
  7. Go Disc Golfing
  8. Take a Hike
  9. See What Your Nearby National Forest/State Park Offers
  10. Go Camping

Starting Monday, I will expand on each of these cheap adventures in a separate post. You might want to bookmark this post, as I will link to each post from this one.

14 thoughts on “10 Cheap Adventures That Anyone Can Have

  1. Terral says:

    As the economy has become more challenging it can become more difficult for people to get out and have fun but I feel that it’s even more important than ever to take a break from our busy lives and have a good adventure. Thanks for the tips.

    • Matthew says:

      I certainly agree about the importance of seeking adventure when and where we can. Especially, now, with a not-so-great economy. It’s easy to become spoiled with more extravagant adventures and overlook the local things that are just as exciting and interesting.

    • Matthew says:

      You’re exactly right! It’s so easy to live vicariously through the TV or computer, but then you’re not really doing anything. Even if you can’t make it to some far-off place or go on some grand expedition, there are always local adventures available that are just as exciting… and far cheaper!

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